Randi Foundation is a duly registered voluntary Based charity organization that was named after A light worker known as Randi Teeples Gerber an American woman who lives in United states of America in Arizona. Randi was named after the name of the foundation by John Peter and the Board after the community realizing the great help she offered to the disadvantaged children.
She is mostly known as a woman who started helping over hundreds of orphans and vulnerable children and she helped John peter a lot in forming up an orphanage in Uganda is said to be one of the best friends of Akol John peter. The foundation was formed way back in 2016 by fifteen (15) members and is charged with the role of fighting poverty and empowering vulnerable groups of people and foster stewardship respect to nature.
Randi Foundation works with the active poor, person living with HIV/AIDs, disabled people, youths, widows, government bodies, donor agencies, CSOs and NGOs with whom it shares similar aims and objectives.
Randi Foundation comprehensive approach aim at improving on the livelihoods of the homesteads of Kibuku,Mbale and Butebo districts through extension of HIV/AIDs care and support services in the local communities, education and health support to OVCs, promotion and support of sustentation income generating activities to increase on income per capital status and catalyze saving culture in rural setting.